Start placing blocks after installation into the port of Barcelona.
Crane Liebherr LR 11350 mounted and operational in the Port of Barcelona.
Ends super LR11350 LIEBHERR mounting in the Port of Barcelona. After a few days
mount which have involved more than 10 people, two cranes, one large tonnage and different
Special trucks, the crane is already mounted and operational. The huge crane is equipped with main boom set to 90 meters high, with an advanced GPS system for the correct placement of the concrete blocks in the dam, which will be placed at a maximum distance of 64 meters.
The joint venture formed by companies Comsa, Arno, Acsa and Copisa, has been awarded Phase 4 of the reform
dam east of the port of Barcelona, and has committed to building cranes Usabiaga said reinforcement. With this latest action, the reform of the old dam will be fully completed East. This action is necessary rehabilitation to address the progressive degradation of the dam, due to the different temporal occurred over the years.
Hundreds of blocks are waiting to be transported by truck from our collection to where it is
LR11350 the LIEBHERR located just off Dock Port Nou. For about a year the crane maritime landscape form part of the Port of Barcelona, which is visible from any part of the harbor, cruise terminal or even from Montjuic.
The crane will be posting for months, over 10,000 blocks to reinforce the dike east of the port of Barcelona, 1.8 km in length. After placing the blocks go, the crane is moving parallel to go through a superpórtico jetty equipped with 4 1000Tn skates each. They envision a priori gantry 27 slots and the estimated average yield placement of blocks is 45 blocks per day.
Usabiaga cranes, specialist in high elevations and special tansportes
He has reference works both inside and outside our country, such as the construction of a new stadium Ukraine for Euro, construction of new ports in Israel and Algeria, the relocation of the super dome Buesa Arena in Vitoria, or complicated rescue Maverick Two in Ibiza Ferry.
Article and photos: Xavier Besas Icart
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